January 28th, 2013

This Saturday: Dashboard Co-op hosts their big yearly artist roll-out. 

WHEN: Saturday, Feb 02, 2013

7pm - midnight

WHERE: MRich Building
115 Martin Luther King Jr Dr SW | Atlanta, GA 30303

You won’t want to miss this!

January 23rd, 2013

Episode 60: Artist Mike Stasny and an announcement

Mike Stasny is an artist and musician who moved to Atlanta a year ago. He’s celebrating his year anniversary with an exhibition at Boom City, the yearly roll-out exhibition of Dashboard Co-op's new artists. Mike mingles Midwestern perspectives with general gregariousness and an enthusiasm for monsters to create work that aims for the sweet-spot between terrifying and enjoyable. 

Listen here or download on Itunes*

Topics include: Astrological signs, monster-art, new years resolutions, and integrating into Atlanta as an artist (from the Midwest, no less).

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In other news, we’re pleased to announce that Out There Atlanta is collaborating with online art magazine BurnAway to continue to bring you coverage of Atlanta’s artists, creatives, and non-profits. Stay tuned for more updates as we make this transition. And thank YOU for all of your support!



Mike working on his Boom City installation


Mike Stasny @Boom City


Mike Stasny (right) with artist Nathan Sharratt as part of their “Club MSIF” performance at East Atlanta Farmers Market


The Staz.

January 22nd, 2013

Coming atcha tomorrow: an interview with Dashboard co-op artist Mike Stasny

We’re also announcing an exciting new collaboration for Out There Atlanta tomorrow. Stay tuned!

January 15th, 2013

Gallery hopping in Atlanta can be an exhilarating and chaotic experience. Photographer and videographer Orlando V. Thompson II captures the essence of the opening of William Downs’s show “In Unison” at Get This! Gallery with a two-part video, combining photo stills from the opening, interviews, and bounce music. 

Part II to follow. 

March 10th, 2012

Art walk tonight!


On March 10th we’re coordinating our opening with ABV Gallery, Stuart McClean Gallery, and Melvin Gallery for a huge, one night art event. “All 4 One” will feature new art work, bands, food trucks, and an art battle, spread across four galleries in the Old Fourth Ward.

Reblogged from Peachy Diamond
February 20th, 2012

Atlanta arts magazine BurnAway is throwing their first ArtCrush BASH this Saturday, February 25th at 7 Stages in Little Five Points. It’s going to be a great time, and is a crucial part of their fundraising. Part of the event is an auction of dates with Art Crushes, including some folks you may recognize from our podcasts. In case you missed it, here’s our interview with the founders of BurnAway. Come out and support a great cause!

October 26th, 2011

Episode 20: CouchCouch

What is CouchCouch?  It is a unique performance and living space in Old Fourth Ward, that opens its doors to creative expression and the occasional couchsurfer.  They do music as well as activities and performances you won’t find anywhere else.  What’s behind their approach to entertaining and what do they hope to do in the future?  You’ll have to listen to find out. 

Listen here or on itunes.

Topics include:

Why CouchCouch has no couches, the time Blondie from the Clermont Lounge gave a poetry reading (and an impromptu lap dance), and their open door policy.

tuesday july 12th 10pm @ couchcouch Angels In AmericaNo less an aural seeker than Thurston Moore was unable to find a musical reference point in their solipsistic stew, yet still was wowed enough to release their cassette Cunt Tree Grammar thru Ecstatic Peace.Here’s all we know for certain about Angels In America, through their own direct transmission: they are two 20-year olds bullshitting their way through it all; they are self-avowed fans of shitty puns (you noticed the name of the tape) and whistle solos; and their names are probably not Rob Rhombus and Moppy Pont.- WFMUGashyThe partially improvised excursions take shape around loose, rambling narratives that rarely paint a pretty picture. Words and composure get lost in Stinson’s deranged, bellowing state.Shitty BedfordBedford is a member of Omelet and Pony Bones, where plays saxophone, keys and percussion primarily. He makes his own instruments and runs the Hot Shit Theatre Company.

friday oct. 15th at couchcouch marvelous and interesting film crafters including robbie land and his 16mm projector starts at midnight 380 edgewood ave. 30312 free

black friday free market at couchcouch  photos : mike german - ( http://www.flickr.com/photos/thoughtmarker/ )

Follow them on tumblr to get the latest on events.

And don’t forget, the night of Nov 6 is “OMIGOD HELLO HOW ARE YOU: A Debutante’s Ball for the Universe.”  That means poetry, music, and a good time for all.  Get more details here.

August 18th, 2011

EVEREMAN - "POST RIDERS" from Ryan Winsor on Vimeo.

Consider this a preview of things to come.  Check out this video of Atlanta street-artist EVEREMAN and get excited for next weeks podcast!


EVEREMAN – “POST RIDERS” from Ryan Winsor on Vimeo.

A new video by Ryan Winsor shows Evereman and Sherman installing some hefty Evereman blocks atop strangely empty poles around Atlanta.

Reblogged from BURNAWAY
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